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wand waver

and wagger
an exhibitionist. The cops picked up a wand waver on Main Street.
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wagger

verb
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It all really came down to Wagger Thornton and his single PIAT.
This view was supported by the higher N content in the deeper layers of the profile in grazing vetch and the weed fallow plots at maize planting, which could be explained by the higher decomposition rates, resulting in leaching of mineralized N (Ranells and Wagger, 1996).
THE telegram lads who worked delivering telegrams were called waggers by the senior postmen, sorting office staff and supervisors," says reader Neil Crawford, now living in Ingleby Barwick.
Myers JL, Wagger MG (1996) Runoff and sediment loss from three tillage systems under simulated rainfall.
2000 Ontario, Canada Wagger 1989 McLeansville, NC Publication WCC ([dagger]) Bowen et al.
Glasener K, Wagger M, MacKown C, Volk R (2002) Contributions of shoot and root nitrogen-15 labeled legume nitrogen sources to sequence of three cereal crops.
Another motion mechanism that's a bit more radical is the Tail Wagger.
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You can do very little about it, but I have seen decoy movement, such as that created by a Tail Wagger ($49.
Furthermore, the effects of aggregation and water availability on root growth cannot be clearly separated because these two soil properties are interrelated (Vepraskas and Wagger, 1990).
The event will feature events for dogs and dog owners alike, including awards for best costume, Frisbee chase, ball chase, fastest tail wagger, etc.
Root growth pattern studies have addressed a variety of soil and crop management related issues (Barber, 1971; Vepraskas and Wagger, 1990; Dwyer et al.
1994; Cassel and Wagger, 1996), especially 1 to 3 years after reduced tillage adoption.
Myers JL, Wagger MG, Leidy RB (1995) Chemical movement in relation to tillage system and simulated rainfall intensity.
Currently in several states the Tail Wagger is illegal because they are considered a mechanical lure.